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Changing Wave , Midi and Master volume from Delphi

Posted on 1997-03-30
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I need to change volume settings from Delphi, I have tried the API calls but I didn't manage to make them work.
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Question by:HarisIV
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by:HarisIV
ID: 1335060
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by:zodik
ID: 1335061
there are a numer of freeware componets to do this, but if you want to use API, do something like this:
use auxGetNumDevs and auxGetDevCaps to find the devices.

and auxGetVolume,auxSetVolume to control the volume

for the maseter vol, there is waveOutSetVolume.
worked for me.
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by:HarisIV
ID: 1335062
I am sory zodik, but you didn't tell me anything new for me, I have said that I have tried the API calls and I didn't manage to make them work, if you give me a working example or the page where I can find those freeware components ( I have search Delphi32.com and other pages but I didn't found anything, I have found one but unfortunaly was a broken link) I will accept the anwser.


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by:HarisIV
ID: 1335063
I am sory zodik, but you didn't tell me anything new for me, I have said that I have tried the API calls and I didn't manage to make them work, if you give me a working example or the page where I can find those freeware components ( I have search Delphi32.com and other pages but I didn't found anything, I have found one but unfortunaly was a broken link) I will accept the answer.


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zodik earned 200 total points
ID: 1335064
I don't remember where it is, but if you email me at intruder@iname.com, I'll send you the component with the source [it's a bit long to put here]
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by:zodik
ID: 1335065
wait ... I've found it ... go to http://intermid.com/delphi/dlcoll.htm

first collection on this page, has a volume component.

btw: this site is more recent and updated then delphi32
another good site is http://carbohyd.siobc.ras.ru/torry/MAIN.HTM
hope this helps
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by:HarisIV
ID: 1335066
Thanks zodik very much I have found what I was looking for.
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